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WORX Electric Pole Saw – Designed with a Woman in Mind

  • October 20, 2015
  • By Sabine
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worx pole sawI was a Badass Momma on Saturday, if I do say so myself. Not only did I feed my child a killer homemade chicken noodle soup and green smoothie for lunch, I also trimmed several trees in my front and back yard.  Not all the way to the top… just certain parts. Like the branches that grew over my roof and dumped a bunch of leaves in my gutters.The parts that hung over my neighbor’s fence. Or branches that looked broken or dead.

worx pole sawKeep in mind I am only 5’2. However, I was able to do this with the WORX  10′ Electric Pole Saw.worx pole sawMy back yard.worx pole sawworx pole sawFirst let me start by saying that this was my first time using a chain saw/pole saw. I didn’t want a gas model … just something small for occasional use. I was very impressed.  The WORX pole saw is small, lightweight, and easy to use.  It is perfect for what I need it for, and the extension pole is great for reaching the higher tree limbs that need to be trimmed, and they can be reached from the ground.  worx pole sawworx pole sawworx pole sawNext, I cleared away thick undergrowth. What a tough little chain saw! Took hardly any time at all to get it done.worx pole sawworx pole sawworx pole sawAssembly was easy, straight forward and quick. worx pole sawOk, this was the annoying part. As a beginner I didn’t know chain oil was required. I had to drop everything and run to Home Depot to get a quart. I think a small bottle should have been included for newbies like me. But, you live and learn.worx pole sawworx pole sawworx pole sawI gave the saw a good work out at different lengths out to its maximum reach of 10′ feet and it performed 100%. It did a fine job in trimming the branches at any of the lengths. At full extension it can be a little heavy and trickier to control but still manageable. Once you get to cutting you can still maintain control of the product. When I was done, it was easy to remove the chain and bar and clean them up properly for storage. I would highly recommend this saw for the majority of homeowners who just don’t need a full size chain saw all the time.

And ladies, with the WORX saw you no longer have to wait on your hubby to do the yard work. This is a product designed with a woman in mind.

Another WORX power tool that looks interesting to me is their WORX 20 40-Volt Lithium Cordless Hedge Trimmer.

***I received this product in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% mine.***

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By Sabine, October 20, 2015
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  • melodys100
    October 20, 2015

    You’re going to put every home maintenance occupation out of business because you can do everything yourself! Looks great

    • sabines
      October 20, 2015

      Aww you make me laugh! You need to try this mighty chain saw. Pretty impressive!

  • Sofia Zoey
    July 16, 2017

    I have been reading your posts regularly. I need to say that you are doing a fantastic job. Please keep up the great work.

    • sabines
      July 16, 2017

      Awww thank you, Sofia. So sweet of you. You truly made my day. Thank you for reading my little blog. I really appreciate it.:)

  • David John
    October 7, 2018

    Hi Sabine, your article is nicely describe about worx electric pole saw. I am regularly read your article, you are excellent writer.

  • Brian M. Brinn
    December 15, 2018

    Hey Sabine,thanks for sharing this informative article. You described clearly about that pole saw.it will help me a lot for buying that. Keep posting this type of post to help us. Good wishes.. 🙂

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